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4 th Generation Texan  
Sutherland Springs  
March 6, 2012 4:07pm
 
Ya aint never gonna be able to control drug sellers or users. There's way too much money involved. The Govt has had an active drug enforcement program for at least 30 years and they spend several billion dollars on the problem every year, but we have as much drugs on the streets as we ever have and maybe more. I think I'm kind of in favor of the Government franchising marijuana farms so that the quantity/quality/price can be controlled. Seems that if dope heads had a relatively cheap source of good quality product they could get, then the drug cartels and pushers would go away cause they wouldn't be able to compete. The users are going to get their drugs anyway. And a lot of criminal activity is involved by people wanting their fix...many will rob and even kill to get dope and/or dope money. Not sure any of this is feasible, but nothing has worked yet. Maybe a different approach would be of use.
     
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